Building technology with respect for humans and the future.
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At a glance, I’m a computer scientist with a focus in cloud technologies and computer security & privacy. My passions are in digital privacy, human-computer interactions, teaching others, and “building cool stuff”. I believe technology should make a positive impact on people’s lives and that developers should build responsibly.
Currently, I’m a graduate student at Carnegie-Mellon University pursuing my masters in Privacy Engineering. On the side, I conduct research as part of the CyLab Usable Privacy & Security (CUPS) Lab under Professor Lorrie Cranor. Prior to this, I worked as a Software Engineer at iManage building out their Cloud Backend. And prior to that? Well… you should really just take a look at my LinkedIn.
As for what lies beyond the resume, I indulge in many activities including soccer, tennis, video games, cooking, costume-making, tabletop games, and petting cats. I also speak a bit of Japanese! Chat with me about any of those things and I’ll gladly talk your ear off.
Worked to overcome future gender disparity in STEM fields by teaching middle school girls key computer science concepts. I designed and implemented a weekly curriculum for the students along with lesson modules for our annual capstone event. See our organization’s website!
My personal quest to build a website for online multiplayer in-browser tetris. Built on React, Typescript, Heroku, and tears.
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